The Montrose School offers a Bible-based liberal arts education to serve as a ministry providing a Christian…More education for the community.
Along with educational services, the school offers extended care before and after the traditional school day.
The school started in 1968 as a part-time nursery school that grew into a daycare within three years. And by 1977 the Montrose Christian School was incorporated with grades one through four. By 1985, it was offering kindergarten to 12th grade education.
The Foundation Schools 6000 Executive Blvd, Rockville, MD20852 The Foundation Schools was established in 1975 and is an independent and non-profit day school for special education.…More The school offers education and social and psychological services to young people with emotional disturbances. The Foundation Schools started as a hospital-based educational program, but ended its hospital affiliations 17 years ago. The School implements its Mastery Learning Philosophy and also creates programs for home instruction. The Foundation Schools has facilities in Gaithersburg and Largo with its headquarters located on Executive Boulevard. Please see its website for facility contact information.
Rockville Presbyterian Co-Op Nursery School 215 W Montgomery Ave, Rockville, MD20850 Created in 1963, Rockville Presbyterian Co-op Nursery School is a non-denominational cooperative nursery school, which…More means that parent involvement is the foundation of the school. RPCNS offers separate nursery school programs for children ages 2 to 4, taught by one of six professionally qualified and carefully selected teachers. The school has an age-appropriate curriculum; younger siblings can attend in the sibling nursery.
Potomac Driving School 1700 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD20852 For more than 28 years, Potomac Driving School has been helping teens and adult drivers develop safe, responsible…More driving practices. Potomac Driving School is a licensed, full-time driving school. Instructors speak English, Spanish, Filipino, French, Chinese and German.
St. Elizabeth Catholic School 917 Montrose Rd, Rockville, MD20852 St. Elizabeth School is an award-winning Catholic elementary school for boys and girls in preschool - eighth grade. The…More school is funded by St. Elizabeth Parish, a community-based church with more than 1500 families. The church focuses on community outreach and stewardship to others.
Flower Valley Elementary School 4615 Sunflower Dr, Rockville, MD20853 Flower Valley Elementary School teaches children in kindergarten through fifth grade. The school offers children a…More traditional academic curriculum along with instruction in the arts. The school offers a special education program for children with emotional disorders and offers a program for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Needwood Academy is an alternative school with an emphasis on cooperative learning, interpersonal skills, positive…More interaction, self-esteem and healthy lifestyles for high school students with home difficulties. Academic instruction is given to help them earn a high school diploma.
The academy is located in the Parkmonth School, across from the Redgate Municipal Golf Course.
Established in 1965, the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School is one of the largest K-12 Jewish day schools in the…More nation. There are two locations in Rockville because the school split into upper- and lower-level grades nearly 10 years ago as its enrolment kept expanding.
The school prepares students for leadership and active engagement in American society and the Jewish community. In 2010, 40 seniors (45.9% of the class) were offered 79 merit scholarships valued at $3.8 million. In addition, students graduate in February and are sent on a 13-week long, school-sponsered trip to Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
St. Raphael School 1513 Dunster Rd, Rockville, MD20854 Led by principal Teri Dwyer, St. Raphael School provides private insutrction for children in preschool trough seventh…More grade. The private Catholic school offers after-school programs, including hockey, basketball, dance, cooking and flag football. It is located on the same property as St. Raphael Catholic Church.
With one of the county's smaller public school enrollments, Cashell Elementary is focused on its motto of "Striving…More for excellence!"
The school community aims to provide a safe, nurturing learning environment that fosters academic achievement and independence among students. The school's Character Counts program focuses on academic and personal growth.
Cashell is part of the Magruder cluster and offers the county school system's preschool program.
School Box 5054 Nicholson Ln, Rockville, MD20852 The School Box is where teachers, parents and kids can find fun, learning activities and tools. Among the many items…More sold at the School Box are educational games, books at different levels for subjects from reading to math, teaching place mats with markers, language cds, science kits, phonics, decorative computer paper, stickers, supplies for the classroom, puzzles, art supplies, note pads, posters and more. The School Box is a great place for parents to find supplemental materials to help their kids improve in any subject at school.
Foundations Kidscare at Wheaton Woods Elementary School 4510 Faroe Pl, Rockville, MD20853 This school provides before-school and after-school care for the students at Wheaton Woods. Parents drop off their kids…More in the morning around 6:30 a.m. and pick them up in the evenings around 6:30 p.m. Kids receive snacks in the mornings and afternoons. The staff undergoes 90 hours of training in child care.
The Manor Montessori School 11200 Old Georgetown Rd, Rockville, MD20852 The Manor Montessori School is the oldest Montessori school in Maryland. Since it's founding in 1962, the preschool has…More grown to two other locations in Bathesda and Potomac. The Potomac location is the main office and specifically designed to be a Montessori school. The Old Georgetown location is the second school for children ages 3 - 6. A sumer day camp is offered from June to mid-August.
Stone Branch School of Art 1331 Rockville Pike Ste M, Rockville, MD20852 Stone Branch School of Art (formerly The Little Picasso School of Visual Arts) is a multi-media fine arts school…More for children and adults. Stone Branch provides art programs that assist the students with development, technique and creative exploration. For more information about class schedules, the school calendar, events and to birthday parties, please visit the Stone Branch website.
CLC Jewish Elementary School 4511 Bestor Dr, Rockville, MD20853 CLC Jewish Elementary School educates by stimulating a child's imagination and instilling confidence and self-esteem in…More a warm and nurturing environment. Classes are offered for students ranging from pre-school to sixth grade. The school is a non-profit Jewish organization that admits students of any race, color, creed, religion, sex, ethnic background or nationality. Admission is on a first come, first serve basis. The school shares a building with The School for Tomorrow. CLC is not affiliated with any synagogue or religious institution and is approved by the Maryland State Department of Education.
Meadow Hall partners with the University of Maryland, College Park as a professional development school for student…More teaching. Many of those student-teachers return to teach at Meadow Hall after graduation. That, and the many students who walk to school from the surrounding Twinbrook community, add to Meadow Hall's image as a neighborhood school.
The school community's vision is to foster a "respectful, safe and fun" place to learn.
Meadow Hall offers special education classes for learning disabled or autistic students. The school is a member of the Rockville cluster.
Rock Terrace School prepares students with learning disabilities such as autism, emotional impairments, speech and…More language disorders for independent living, employment and community involvement. The school uses the Fundamental Life Skills and Montgomery County Public Schools curriculum for students to get a Maryland Certificate at graduation. Courses range from music and visual arts to workplace education and life skills. There are also mini-courses, cooperative math and reading games, jewelry making and wildlife education. The school is part of the Montgomery County Public School System.